Majestic Steel USA CEO Todd Leebow will be the featured speaker on Steel Market Update’s next Community Chat webinar on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at 11 a.m. ET (10 a.m. CT).
We’ll discuss the big issues facing service centers in the face of unprecedented price volatility and technical change. Topics will include:
- How are service centers managing inventory at a time when prices can rise or fall by hundreds of dollars per ton from one month to the next?
- How is Majestic managing not only such price swings but also the disruptions caused by COVID-19, labor and parts shortages, and inflation?
- What are the risks and opportunities posed by new sheet steel capacity coming online over the next year?
- How is end-use demand from a service center perspective?
- What new technologies and strategies is Majestic deploying to set itself apart from its competitors?
We’ll take your questions too.
As always, we’ll keep it to about 45 minutes. You can (virtually) drop in, learn something – and then get on with your day. And the webinar is free.
Why should you listen? Because Todd Leebow knows steel market ups and downs, not just in theory but also from the practical experience of leading one of North America’s largest flat-rolled steel service centers.
PS – If you’d like to see past Community Chat webinars, you can find those here.
More about Majestic
Majestic Steel USA is a family-owned steel service center that distributes and processes flat-rolled steel. Headquartered in Cleveland, Majestic services diverse customers in construction, manufacturing and distribution throughout North America.
More about Todd Leebow
Leebow began his career at Majestic in 2007 in supply chain management and led the company through a family generational transition with a vision of growth and innovation. Since becoming CEO in 2012, Todd has built a culture of innovation through attracting talent and developing technology to optimize the customer experience at Majestic.
Leebow was born and raised in Northeast Ohio. Following his graduation from Orange public schools in Cleveland, he studied business and entrepreneurship at the University of Miami in Florida. He is an active leader in the domestic steel industry and a philanthropist in the Cleveland area, recognized as a 2019 recipient of the Values-in-Action Foundation’s Sam Miller Goodness Award for contributions and service to the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland.
He will also be speaking at the Tampa Steel Conference on Feb. 14-16.